Glory Hutchins

Susan Priver started her early career as a ballet dancer, performing all over the country in numerous Nutcrackers, Coppelias and Balanchine ballets for the Eglevsky Ballet in New York, the Cleveland Ballet and in
Germany for the Hannover Ballet.  Wondering what the next step would be, she landed back in her hometown of Los Angeles and after a few sessions at The Actors Studio, she was convinced acting might be the thing for her.

The transition from dancer to actress was not so simple and making a living in this whole new world was a challenge as skills in the real world are pretty alien to ex-ballet dancers. To support her new endeavor she fell upon the common job of waitressing, the not so common job of art modeling and finally found a bit of a calling in teaching yoga, which she still does today.

 She spent almost all of her off hours studying and finally on stage in numerous plays winning a few awards and a few accolades for her work in Harold Pinter’s “The Lover”, Sidney Kingsley’s
“Detective Story” and David Mamet’s two character “Reunion” to name just a few.  Her indie film and T.V. work includes H.B.O.’s “Lucky Louie” with Louis C.K., “Mafioso” (playing a mob wife) with Leo Rossi and Bobby Costanzo, the festival award winning “ My Brother Jack” with Freddie Rodriguez and Marco Leonardi and a few other festival films.

Susan’s first venture with producing came with the quirky romantic comedy indie “ What’s Up, Scarlet?” which she co-wrote with director Anthony Caldarella and starred in with Sally Kirkland, Mussetta Vander and Jere Burns.

She was itching to get back to the dark side when the script of “Serving Up Richard” came her way and besides the dark tone of the character of Glory, she experienced a very dark side of the underbelly of Hollywood in producing this film.
Richard Reubens

Ross McCall was born in Scotland and moved to England at an early age. He quickly began performing on London’s West End theatre district in such productions as “Oliver!”, “The King and I”, “The Lion”, “The Witch and the Wardrobe”, “Charley and the Chocolate Factory”, “Les Miserables” and Neil Simon’s “Lost in Yonkers”. He appeared in many British television series and independent features such as “Waterland”, “The Borrowers”, “LD:50” and the award winning “Green Street Hooligans”. 

Ross became known in the US after his work as ‘Liebgott’ on the critically acclaimed HBO mini-series “Band of Brothers” for producers Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks. Ross has worked steadily on American television appearing on Series such as “Bones”, “CSI: NY”,  “Ghost Whisperer”, CBS’ “The Man”, BBC’s “Luther” and Lifetime’s “Willed to Kill” and “Castle”.  Ross lent his talent to motion picture work for Robert Zemeckis’ “The Polar Express” teaming him up once more with Tom Hanks.

Ross continues to star in independent  features, including the award winning “Trade Routes”, “Autopsy”, “Knuckle Draggers”, “It’s Not You It’s Me” and the sequel to “Green Street” – “Green Street Hooligans 2”.

Recently, he also starred opposite the late Dennis Hopper in the Starz series “Crash”, an updated television version of Oscar-winning feature.  He can currently be seen on a recurring arc on USA’s “White Collar”.
Everett Hutchins

Film directors Jude has worked with include Sidney Lumet, Jonathan Demme, Oliver Stone, John Sayles, Joel Schumacher, Carl Franklin, Frank Darabont, Chris Rock and Robert Rodrigues.  Actors with whom he has shared the screen include Al Pacino, Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep, Tilda Swinton, Sandra Bullock, Robert De Niro, Nicolas Cage, Drew Barrymore, Joan Allen, Brice Willis, Danny Glover, John Heard, Morgan Freeman, Tim Robbins, Jack Lemmon, Ashley Judd, Kiefer Sutherland, Mark Harmon, James Gandolfini, Martin Sheen and Tom Hardy. 

Jude’s films include Shawshank Redemption, Glengarry Glen Ross, World Trade Center, Beloved, The Manchurian Candidate, City of Hope, Mad Love, Sin City, Julia and Premonition.  Jude is probably best known for his TV work on 24 as chief of staff to two presidents – from opposing parties – Mike Novick.  He has also appeared on NCIS, Law and Order, Monk, Cold Case, The Guardian, Prison Break, Medium, the Mentalist, Life, House, CSI, Burn Notice, Touch and many other shows.  He has produced and performed on four albums of original music and his Jude Ciccolella Band plays regularly in Burbank.  He is married to the wonderful actress, Sylva Kelegian.
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